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North End

Pretty side streets are lined with brick rowhouses.

Welcome to North End

Originally settled in the 1630s, the North End is steeped in history. Home to the birthplace of Paul Revere (the building still stands today) and multiple stops along the Freedom Trail (which winds through the narrow streets), the area also figured predominantly in the Salem Witch Trials. Further, it was in the North End where John F. Kennedy proposed to Jackie.
Hanover Street, the main fare, is Boston’s Little Italy. It is lined with old-school delis, family-run coffee houses, and restaurants and shops offering the very best in Italian fare – from pasta to pastry. A tourist destination, it becomes quite lively on the weekends, and there are frequent street festivals in the warm weather months.
While there are apartments and condominiums above the businesses on bustling Hanover, there is also a quieter side to the North End: pretty side streets are lined with brick rowhouses, many dating from the 1800s. 
North End residents enjoy close proximity to the Seaport, Fort Point, Government Center, and the Financial District, as well as to several parks and green spaces, making this one of Boston’s most sought after areas.  

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